Xenia Daily Gazette from Xenia, Ohio on January 19, 1973 · Page 5
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January 19, 1973

Xenia Daily Gazette from Xenia, Ohio · Page 5

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OBITUARIES mrsday at Kettering Memo- John A. Zalat; base employe John A. Z a l a t , 41, of 617 C a r t h a g e Dr., Beavercreek died Thursday in Kettering Me-, morial Hospital. Born in Batavia, N. Y., he was the son ol John and Arlene Zalat. After serving in the Air Force, he was employed by Griffis AF Base in Rome, N.Y., and in 1964, was transferred to Wright - Patterson AF Base. Survivors include his widow, the former Ruainne Laurey, Whom he married in 1955; five children, Michele, J o h n , Lynelle, Jeffrey and Melanie; a sisler, Mrs. William. (Valerie) Hunt of Rochester, N;Y.; two brothers, Leonard of Rochester and Richard Zalat of Batavia, N.Y., and his' maternal grandfather, Anthony Urbaniak. Services will be conducted at 9:15 a.m. Monday in Westbrock F u n e r a l Home, 1712 Wayne Ave., Dayton, and at 10 a.m. in St. Luke Catholic 'Church, Beavercrcek, Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home is Sunday, 3-8 p.m. Lorena Evans Graveside services^ for Mrs. Lorena Evans, 76, of Bowersville, will be held at-'2 p.m. to morrow at the Pleasant H i l l Cemetery, Leesburg. She died Wednesday evening in Springfield Community Hospital. She was preceded in death by two husbands, Glen Sharp and Mi Hard Evans. The daughter of Jasper and Emma Kern Logan, she was born Oct. 18,'1896, in Leesburg and lived most oi her life in Leesburg, and Bowersville. Mrs. Evans was a birthright Quaker. Survivors include two sons, Russell Sharp ~o( Sabina and John Sharp of : Bowersville; a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Spencer of Tarpon Springs, Fla.; a brother Robert Logan of New Vienna; three sisters, Mrs. Lu- elk Schwartz, Mrs. Katherine Levi and Mrs. Georgianna Coleman, all of Florida; 12 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. Calling hours at the Littleton Funeral Home, Sabina, will be 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. today. Glenna Johnson Memorial service for M r s . Glenna Beach Johnson, 67, of Y e l l o w Springs^ who d i e c Wednesday, will be held at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at the Unita rian Society, 2728 Lancashire Rd,, Cleveland. Mrs. Johnson, wife of Axel H. Johnson, 256 Northwood Dr., had lived in Yellow Springs one and one-half years. A psy- isted in "Who's Who in Amerca" and in 1940 was n a m e d 'woman of distinction" by the Buffalo, N. Y., Courier - Ex- ·ess. Born Feb. 23, 1905, at Bristol Center, N. Y., Mrs. Johnson received a bachelor of arts de- jree magna cum laude in 1926 from Syracuse University, a master's in social administra- ion from Western Reserve University two years later and certification as a psychiatric social worker from the U n i- versity of Buffalo in 1938. She held professional posts n relief administration, case- w o r k , casework supervisio: and child care in family s e r- vice, other social service agen cies and various Traveler's Aid groups for Cleveland, Akron, and Summit County am Des Moines, Iowa, agencies, in addition to private practice in Akron and Des Moines. A major post was an execu live director for the Women's International L e a g u e for Peace and Freedom (W1L) Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. John son was a member of WIL American Civil I, i b e r t i e Union, National Association fo the Advancement of Colore People, Congress of Racia Equality, Academy of Certi fied Social Workers, Nationa Association of Social Workers Phi Beta Kappa and Unitarian Fellowship of Yellow Springs. She is survived in addition tc her husband by a daughter Mrs. Karen A. Kitchen o Mahwah, N. J.; two sons, the Rev. David A. Johnson of Pitts burgh, Pa., and Eric W. John son, a doctoral candidate a the University of California a San Diego; five grandchildren and a sister, Caroline Alken berg, Canadaigua, N.Y. Cremation was arranged b; Cook £ Son Inc., Columbus Memorial contributions tn a ie made to any chapter of th VIL. Wilson Agnor Funeral services were hel in Staunton, Va., this week fo Wilson Lee Agnor, 77, Staunton who died Jan. 12 in Martins burg, W. Va. Survivors include seven nieces and nephews in the X nia area. Mr. Agnor was preceded d e a t h by a sister and tv, brothers, Herman Agnor an Mrs. Mary Smith of - Xen and Scott Agnor of Spring Va ley. Roscoe Ccnnden Roscoe S, Camden, 83, of 4 chiatric social worker, she was Moorewood Cir., Dayton, di inspector for the New York al Hospital. His survivors include fcree sters, Mrs. Hazel Holtoo of .pring V a l l e y , Mrs. Nellie oods of Port William a n d Irs. Ethel Rogers Walter of ema. Services will be conducted o n d a y at 10 a.m. at the eaver Funeral Home, 1029 N. Iain St., Dayton, where visita- on is 3-5, 7-9 p.m. Sunday. Bural will be in Silvercreek Cem- tery, Jamestown. nfant Ballengee Services for Brittany Charisc allengee, 12 days, daughter ol Jr. and Mrs. Stuart F. Ballert- ee of Columbus, will be con- ucted at 2 p.m. Sunday at In- ling F u n e r a l Home, South Charleston. Tnc infant died Tuesday ir Doctors North Hospital, Colum JS. Besides her parents, she is ur.'ived by maternal grand- arents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. J Toward of Oak Ridge, Term, .nd paternal grandparents, Mr md Mrs. Donald 'BaUengee Charleston. Central Railroad for a number of years. His wife, the former Minnie tailey, preceded him In doth May 2, 1J70, and two sisters and two brothers also are de:eased. He w a s a member of the )ruids of Dayton and t h e Brotherhood of Railway Carnen. Survivors include a daugh- er, Mrs. Helen Klepper of Arington, Va.; a son, Robert F. Bunker of Dayton; four grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, a brother, Dewey Bunker of Springfield and a number of nieces anJ nephews, includ- ng Mrs. Edna Border! of Xenia. The Rev. Thomas Beckett will officiate at services Mon day at 1 p.m. at McColaugh Funeral Home, 826 N. Detroit St., where visitation will be 3-5 nd 7-9 p.m. Sunday. Burial will e in Ferncliff Cemetery, Springfield. .oyed as a machinist at Frigid- ire in Dayton. Mr. Hawkins was born Oct. 25, 1519, to Edward G. and Nele H. Hawkins. He is- survived his mother, his widow, "ranees, and two sisters, Mrs. Uelide D u n n of Compton, Calif., and Mrs. Phyllis Cox f Dayton. The Rev. Floyd Alexander of the St. John AME Church will fficiate. Burial will be at Chery Grove Cemetery. The family suggests contribu- ions be made to the sickle-cell anemia fund, in care of t h e credit union at Central State Jniversity. Anna Coleman Catherine Brodt Mrs. Catherine A. Brodt, 77 if 425 W. Hillcrest Ave., Day on, a former resident of Fair xrn, died at 4:15 a.m. toda; at her residence. A former member of St Mark's Lutheran Church o 'airborn and Christ Luthera Church of St. Petersburg, Fla. she was a member of Evenin; Star Council 175, Daughters c America, United Grandmoth crs Club, Lilly Rebekah Lodge 16 of IOOF and Aero Chapter 436 of Order of Evening Star, all of Fairborn. Survivors include her h u sand, Alfred K. Brodt; t w o daughters, Mrs. S. F. (Marvel) Ehman of Dayton and M r s. Janet Kenzin of Houston, Tex.; one son, Melvin Brodt of Bowing Green; two sisters, M r s . tfarie Yarger of New Port {ichey, Fla., and Mrs. Agnes King of Port Clinton, 0.; 11 grandchildren and four great- jrandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Lesie. Services will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Morris Sons Funeral Home, Fairborn, where visitation is 4-8 p.m. Sunday and OES services are Sunday evening. Burial will be in Fairfield Cemetery. Mrs. Anna E. Coleman, 73, formerly of 300 Delaware Ave., Dayton, died Thursday in St, Elizabeth Medical Center, Dayton. She is survived by t h r e e daughters, including Mrs. Paul ine Alberline of Spring Valley and Mrs. Ellen Werts of Bell brook, and three sons, includ ing Abraham Coleman of Bea vercreek. Visitation is Saturday from 2 p.m. until time of services a 5 p.m. at Tobias Funeral Home 648 Watervliet Ave., Dayton. Additional calling hours am services will be at 11 a.m. Mon day at the Perry Justice Funer al Home, Pikeville, Ky., wit] nterment in Coleman Ceme ery, Millard, Ky. E. J. Hawkins Private services will be hel Saturday for Edward J. Hawk ms, 53, of 1836 Tahoe Dr., wh died Wednesday at his home Services will be at the conve nience of the family at the Win frey Funeral Home. A Xenia resident the last 2 years, Mr. Hawkins was a vei eran of World War II and em John Cot tr ell John Q. Cottrell, 65, Oiarles- on, W. Va., husband of the ormor Betty Moorman of "amestown, died In a Oiarles- on hospital Thursday morning after being a patient in inten- ive care 10 days following a leart attack. Born in Charleston Sept. 16, 907, he retired in September *rom the Chesapeake and Potomac Bell Telephone Co. His jarents and an only brother receded him in death. He leaves his widow and two daughters, Mrs. John (Susan; Wilbankis of Lexington, Ky. anc Miss Mary Margaret Cottrel of Morgantowni W. Va. He wai a son-in-law of Mrs. Frank B (Marguerite) Moorman o Jamestown. The f a m i l y will receive friends at the Wilson Funera Home in Charleston this af ternoon and tonight and grave side services will be conduct ed Saturday at 10 a.m. Dayton deaths AUKBRMAN, K e r r i Mi chelle, 6 - month - old daughte of Mr. and Mrs. Marvic C. Au kerman, of 4061 Old Salem Rd Wednesday; services 10 a.m tomorrow (Baker). BOSTIC, Clarence, 65, of 82 Englewxrod Dr., Englewopd, esterday; (Churchill, Englewood). BURNS, Mrs. Icy (Denny), 0, of 4550 Harbison St., Tues- ay; services 2 p.m, tomorrow Ullmer). CLARK, Edward M., 77, of 26 Kertchcr St., Miamisburg, esterday; (Ullmer, Keller- ng). EMMONS, Thomas H a r r y II, month-old son of Mr. a n d Irs. Thomas H. Emmons Jr., f 1416 Xenia Are,, Wednes- lay; services 10 a.m. tomorrow (Morris Sons). FURROW, George E., 61, of )unedin, Fla., formerly of D a y t o n , yesterday; services :30 p.m. tomorrow (Morton, Vandalia). GIBSON, Sara, 75, of 1015 UcArthur A v e . , yesterday ;House of Wheat). KAPPELER, M r s . Minnie, 94, of Columbus, formerly of Dayton, Wednesday; services p.m. tomorrow (Marker Heller). MEFFORD, Robert M., 51, of 10812 Dog Leg Rd., Vanda in, yesterday; private services 2 p.m. tomorrow (Frings Bayliff, Tipp City). MOHR, R ' u s s e l l D., 74, of N e w p o r t , Fla., formerly of 3ayton, Wednesday; services 1 p.m. tomorrow (Baker). ORR1LL, Mrs. Loma E., 77, of 5221 Loma Ave., Wednesday; services 2 p.m. Monday (Uller Son, Kettering). RANDALL, Einmett, S3, o 408 Leland Ave., Tuesday; services 1:15 p.m. tomorrow, at VA Protestant Chapel (House of Wheat). SMITH, Leonard F., 73, o 1416 Watervliet Ave., Wednes day; services 11:30 a.m. to morrow, at Immaculate Con ception C h u r c h (Meyer Boehmer). STALLWARD, John H., 57 of 1525 W. Second St., Wednes day; services 11 a.m. Monday THK XKMA DAILY GAZETTE Friday, January 19,1973 . at VA Protestant C h a p e l , (Bowman, North). STUPP, William C., 85, of 8271 S. Union Rd., yesterday; ervices 1:30 p.m. M o n d a y ebhnrt Schmidt, Miamis- irg). ULM, Lorin G., 75, of Sarala, Fla., formerly of Dayton, ednesday services (Roberts). For Your Convenience Main Office Shawnee Lake Branch The FARMERS TRADERS BANK . . . Jamestown other deaths HOUSTON, Tex. (Al) - udgo Joseph C. Hutchcsou Jr. U.S. District Court, first ap- inlcd to the federal bench by 'esident Woodrow Wilson in 18, died Thursday at 93. He as chief judge of the Sth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals from 1948 to 1959 and although retired in 1964, he sat on the bench in Houston as late as 196S. ROSEBUD, Ala. (AP) Dick Cosgrove, 67, world chuckwagon champion 10 times and a Calgary Stampede Arena director for 23 years, died Thursday. PERMIT The Ohio Department of Liquor Control has issued a C-2 license, permitting the sale of high - powered beer and wine for carry-out to Consolidated Foods Corp., doing business as Lawson Milk Co. at its store at 348 W. Garland Ave., Fairborn. See Our Complete Display Many New and Unusual Designs All Reasonably Priced The Best Way to Remember Monuments--Double and Single Marker* Dodds Monument Company OPEN 8:30-5:00 MON. thru SAT. Factory Display, 123 Main St., Xcnla, Ohio B. Frank Bunker B. Frank Bunker, 86, of Lakeview Route 2 died at 1 p.m Thursday at Heathergreene Nursing Home. He had been a patient there five months. 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